February 11th, 2013 | Posted by Monika Topolko in Recipes

Valentine’s Buckwheat Cookies

Buckwheat Sugar Cookies with Dulche de Leche

Life is mysterious. It has the amazing capacity to surprise you in the best and the worst possible ways. Life is unpredictable, complicated, beautiful and absurd. Life is ambiguous. Life takes you places you never even knew they existed. Life pushes you forward and inspires you every step of the way. Life is fascinating. So is love.

Buckwheat Sugar Cookies with Chocolate Almond Filling

Love is the celebration of life. Love has the ability to change you and make you a better person. Love can help you discover your true self, your hidden passions and emotions. Love can make you happy. Love can make you sad. Love is irrational but oh, so sweet.

Buckwheat Sugar Cookies with Raspberry Jam Filling

Love. The word itself means nothing without the warmth  you offer with it. Show it. Celebrate it every day. It’s the small things that count, don’t forget that.

Buckwheat Sugar Cookies with Dulche de Leche

Bake cookies. Make tea. Bring back fond memories. Laugh. Savor the moment.

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Buckwheat Sugar Cookies

Makes about 35 sandwich cookies
Prep time: + chilling time
Cook time:
Total time:
Difficulty: Basic

Category: Cookies
Because of a mixture of buckwheat and whole wheat flour, these lovely cookies have a surprisingly nutty and subtle buttery flavor. They’re super tasty, full of flavor and wonderfully short. The trick is not to overbake them or they will become hard and chewy. They are delicious plain, but taste even better when sandwiched together with a nice filling. Because of their nutty taste, these cookies go really well with various chocolate spreads, especially those that contain nuts. They’re great with caramel based fillings too, and if you like fruity fillings, I suggest you use your favorite fruit jam.  I filled my cookies with homemade Chocolate Almond Spread, dulce de leche and raspberry jam.
For the Buckwheat sugar cookies:
Ingredients
150g all-purpose flour
60g buckwheat flour
30g whole wheat flour
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon salt
60g sugar
125g cold butter, cubed
1 large egg, beaten
Directions
In the bowl of a food processor pulse together flours, baking powder, salt and sugar until incorporated. Add butter, and pulse until mixture resembles coarse crumbs. Gradually stream the the beaten egg into the flour until the dough just comes together. Turn out the dough onto a clean work surface, shape it into a flattened disk and wrap in plastic. Refrigerate for 1hour.
Preheat the oven to 180°C. Line two baking sheets with parchment paper.
On a well floured surface, roll dough until it’s 3-5 mm thick. Cut hearts or other shapes with cookie cutters. Carefully transfer to prepared baking sheets. Re-roll scraps and cut out shapes. Repeat with remaining dough.
Bake the cookies for 8 minutes, rotating halfway through. Remove from oven as soon as they start to get color on the edges. They should stay light in color and only get a slight light-brown color on the bottom. While hot, the cookies are still a bit soft but once they cool down, they firm up. Cool completely on wire rack before filling. Plain cookies can be kept in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks.
For the filling:
Ingredients
raspberry jam (or any other flavor you like)
dulce de leche
chocolate almond spread (or chocolate ganache, nutella…)
Directions
To assemble the cookies, spread about a teaspoon of your desired filling on the bottom side of one cookie and top with another cookie. Sandwich the cookies together and transfer to an airtight container. The sandwiched cookies can be kept for 4-5 days, depending on your choice of fillings.

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12 Responses

  • Rosa says:

    Lovely cookies! They must have an interesting flavor.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  • Anja says:

    Punjeni pekmezom su baš onakvi kakve moja mama voli, a dulce de leche je definitivno kombinacija za mene. Probat ću ih i ja s heljdinim brašnom, divno :)

  • Andrea says:

    S heljdinim brašnom!
    Nikad nisam jela kekse s heljdinim brašnom, zapravo nisam jela nikakv kolač s tim brašnom.
    Znam da se ono dosta koristi u tvom kraju i proučavala sam neke starinske recepte, ali nikako da se primim posla.
    Sudeći prema fotkama ovi keksi moraju biti jako, jako ukusni.
    Morat ću se konano odvažiti i isprobati nešto s heljdom, a ovo bi mogao biti dobar početak. :)

    • Pa i meni je ovo bio prvijenac s heljdinim brašnom. I oduševilo me. Heljda je u našem i varaždinskom kraju uvijek bila popularna kao prilog. Međutim, dosta je zaboravljena u zadnje vrijeme. Ja je ponovo uvodim u naš jelovnik u obliku priloga i salata, a planiram uskoro napraviti i prave starinske štrukle od sira i heljde. Izuzetno je ukusna, a heljdi brašno daje posebnu notu tijestu.

  • Tamara says:

    kako su krasni, a i uvod :) a tek ovo culdhe de leche punjenje, uh! :)

  • Krasni valentinovski keksići. A o fotkama da ni ne govorim, prirodni talent.
    Gdje bi mogla kupiti neki dobar kalupić za izrezivanje srčeka? Tj da mogu praviti kolače u obliku srca, ne samo keksiće nego i kremaste kolače?

  • Kakav uvod, kakve fotke, kakvi keksi… Sve je savršeno!!

  • vesna says:

    Čim sam ovo vidjela, znala sam da će u roku od par sati bit u mojoj pećnici :) Imam dosta heljdinog brašna koje sam dobila a nikad ne znam što bih s njime. Sviđa mi se u receptima samo kad se koristi umjereno, kao ovdje.
    Nego, da te upozorim, da u hrvatskoj verzji za ispis u opisu postupka spominje samo žumanjak, a ne cijelo jaje kako je popisano u sastojcima. To sam shvatila tek kad mi se tijesto nije moglo povezat samo s jednim žumanjcem :))) onda sam u panici provjerila i englesku verziju, pa sam skužila da ide cijelo jaje :)) mislim, ja se nadam, jer se tijesto hladi u frižideru i sad mu je već kasno :) inače jako volim tvoje recepte, i premda imam naviku stalno nešto dodavat i mjenjat tuđe recepte, tvoje uvijek sljedim u gram :)))

    • Vesna, hvala na javljanju i lijepom komentaru. I hvala na upozorenju. U sastojcima priše pravilno, no u samom postupku se potkrala greškica. Kao što si i sama pretpostavila, ipak u tijesto ide cijelo jaje. Nadam se da je akcija spašavanja bila uspješna i da će keksići ispasti onako kako treba. Javi dojmove!

  • vesna says:

    ok. ovi keksi su odsad na redovitom repertoaru, možda u sam vrh što se kategorije keksa tiče! ozbiljno sam se zaljubila. kombinacija sa karamelom je nedostižna. radila sam i s čokoladno-lješnjak kremom, ali ova prva je premoćna! heljda rules!

  • Petra says:

    Baš su zgodni, sviđa mi se dodatak hajdenog brašna skroz su neobični.

  • What a sweet post Monika. I haven’t tried baking with buckwheat yet but your cookie sound delicious.
    Thanks for sharing



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